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Navigating around Thailand

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Navigating around Thailand

I am looking to visit a few destinations in Thailand in Febuary and have been trying to work out the best way of doing so. I have spent all day google searching and have finaly came up with this. . .

Uk to Bangkok

2 nights in Bangkok

Fly from Bangkok to Phuket

5 Nights in Puket

Ferry From Phuket to Phi Phi

2 nights in Phi Phi

Ferry from Phi Phi to Krabi

5 Nights in Krabi

Fly from Krabi to Bangkok

Taxi from Bangkok to Pattaya

3 nights in pattaya

Taxi from pattaya to Bangkok

3 nights in Bangkok

Travel home

Can anyone see any problems with this, or any ideas to make traveling easier.

Thanks for reading

Poulton Le Fylde...
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1. Re: Navigating around Thailand

A good, well balanced itinerary with transfers in logical order.

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2. Re: Navigating around Thailand

All looks good, although a lot of beach time, I'd be looking to go to Chiang Mai instead of Pattaya.

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3. Re: Navigating around Thailand

As Cassnu has suggested, instead of Pattaya try a direct flight onto Chiang Mai from Krabi.

Then after your stay in Chiang Mai, return to Bangkok.

I feel this will give you a more, balanced itinerary.

Have fun

Edited: 26 April 2014, 00:19
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4. Re: Navigating around Thailand

I forgot to mention me and my partner are only in our early 20s. I have looked into chang mai but it looks like nearly all sightseeing

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